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in cleveland and the cavs will be without snaer andrew bynum. he has been suspended indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team. not a huge loss. bynum a shell of the former player he was. crawford with the spin. cavs down two. celtics beat the cavs 103-100. >> college hoops. the chips stacked against santa clara in spoke -- spokane. little dude. bleeds zag blue. freshman, brownridge, the three in transition. the zags a 9-0 rub run to end the houseful right now 36-34 gonzaga. >> 'bird, a spectator, boot on his boardly sprained ankle. bears hosting the paladin. what the paladin? any of the 12 peers of charlemagne's court. cobb chipped in 18. so did power. the senior out of de la salle. two points all season, hit 6-7 from three-point rage. cal wins by 8 2-70. >> cal continue to be undefeated at home. >> thank you so much. up next at 6:00, a look at the unique approach one tahoe ski resort has taken like the enticing aroma and distinctive taste of nespresso. elegant capsules meet masterfully crafted machines, and one touch creates the perfect coffee, cappuccino, and latte. ♪ tempt all
and go for a fifth tomorrow night in cleveland and the cavs will be without snaer andrew bynum. he has been suspended indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team. not a huge loss. bynum a shell of the former player he was. crawford with the spin. cavs down two. celtics beat the cavs 103-100. >> college hoops. the chips stacked against santa clara in spoke -- spokane. little dude. bleeds zag blue. freshman, brownridge, the three in transition. the zags a 9-0 rub run to end the houseful right now 36-34 gonzaga. >> 'bird, a spectator, boot on his boardly sprained ankle. bears hosting the paladin. what the paladin? any of the 12 peers of charlemagne's court. cobb chipped in 18. so did power. the senior out of de la salle. two points all season, hit 6-7 from three-point rage. cal wins by 8 2-70. >> cal continue to be undefeated at home. >> thank you so much. up next at 6:00, a look at the unique approach one tahoe ski >>> join me tonight at 9:00. we'll share the results of a studiy cheaps are fleeing from facebook, and i the video that is breaking hearts. a dog clinging to his best f
. >>> straight ahead your weather and in sports a tying buzzer beater in o.t. lifts the hawks over the cavs. buzzer beater in o.t. lifts the hawks over the cavs. [ female announcer ] we eased your back pain... ♪ ready or not. [ female announcer ] ...so you can be up there. here i come! [ female announcer ] ...down there, around there... and under there for him. tylenol® provides strong pain relief and won't irritate your stomach the way aleve® or even advil® can. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. tylenol®. >>> here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. new york will be sunny today. miami, high of 80. chicago, partly sunny. sunny in dallas, and mostly sunny in l.a. >>> time now for a check of the national forecast. 6 to 12 inches of snow is forecast in western new york. temperatures hover in the single digits in northern new england but head to the 30s from virginia through the midwest. it will be dry and comfortable in the south. the west will be clear with highs near 70, and showers are possible in washington, texas, and florida. >>> in
. >> now, cav yet of the insurance benefits that you do have to be looking for a job while you are on them. the federal law kicks into place when the recession happened. it was a chance to given meshes more time to be on the benefits. up to 18 months. without this law, there's only about six months of unemployment, some have everybody less, so the democrats are trying to make a case that they need to be extended because they expire on december 28th. >> what's the reason response to this. >> well, house speaker today said if president obama has a plan on paper to extend them, he will take a look at it, so that is a little bit of a hint of some potential break through, however, he reviewed the republican perspective of it's about the economy, and we have a plan to improve the economy, and that's not related to social benefit programs. >> that we create more american jobs and better american wages. the republicans continue to focus on strengthening the economy for middle class families. that's why we passed nearly 150 bills many of them will help our economy, they are still sitting in the uni
won a season high four straight and go for a fifth tomorrow night in cleveland. the cavs will be without center andrew bynum. he has been suspended indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team. not a huge loss for mike brown and cleveland. the rest of the team in boston. irving had 32. crawford returns the favor on irving 11 seconds left. cavs down two. celtics the winner, 103-100. >> two key injury for cal in pac-12 play. players hosting the palladin this afternoon. wallace steal and the job. and powers, the redshirt player 6-7. bears win by 30. jeopardy question what is a palladin? i don't know. who are the 12 we'res of the charlemagne's court, of who the palladin was the chief. >> i did not know that. like the enticing aroma and distinctive taste of nespresso. elegant capsules meet masterfully crafted machines, and one touch creates the perfect coffee, cappuccino, and latte. ♪ tempt all your senses with one extraordinary coffee. [ penélope cruz ] nespresso. what else? [ male announcer ] available at these fine retailers and nespresso-us.com. >>> at 6:00, muir be
, where they almost made a mistake. golden state made it hard for themselves, trailing the cavs by as much as 17 points in the first half. but stephen curry scored. and he cut the cavs' lead to 9 at halftime. david lee responds with 19 points in the second half. the cavs force overtime, where they outscore cleveland in that extra five minutes. nice pass by andre iguodala. the warriors win their fifth straight and play in orlando on tuesday. >>> men's basketball clobbered cal poly today. 49ers squeak out a win in atlanta. now they're headed to green bay. it's going to be a different kind of ball game. >> i was just looking. it's 4 degrees right now. but it will warm up to 25 when they go there next sunday. >> maybe. but then let's talk wind chill. >> a whole different thing. >>> tonight at 10, more on the new developments in the fight to keep 13-year-old jahi mcmath on life support, ahead of tomorrow's 5 p.m. deadline to take her off of it. we're always here for you at ktvu.com and facebook, twitter and all the ktvu apps. we'll see you tonight at 10:00. have a great night! >>> watch complet
overtime thriller in cleveland. hawks at the cavs. second overtime tied at 108. he had 40 points. 9 assists. 125, watch the ball bounce and bounce. it goes in. this is the game winner. he was on the ground. they didn't know if it went in or not. he had 34 points. 127, 126 hawks. portland beat the clippers 116- 112. 24 and 5. blake griffin called the warriors cowardly after being elbowed in the face. green was tagged with a $15,000 fine. the nba made a mistake and griffin shouldn't have been given a foul. he should not have been ejected from the game. the game was ugly till the end. he was in the thick of it all night. >> i never looked for the altercation. there were scraps, but it is play offs. we are fighting for the same thing. we want to make noise. that's what you have to do to win. >> reporter: this story at b.b. memorial cathedral. 400 families with boxes of food. son ya was there and his dad along with the warrior's community foundation. it is part of their play for the holidays community outreach. lebron james was the associated press male at lite athlete of the year and serena
. kuiper sykes going the other way. he had 21 points, 37-31 uw green bay at halftime. second half, the cavs trying to come back. mitchell with the slam there. they're down by just two. down three now. seconds to play, justin anderson trying to tie it. that three is off the mark. virginia, they lose in green bay, 75-72. >>> georgetown hosting coal gate. earlier today, the hoyas started on a 10-0 run and kept it going. hopkins make thg look easy. he had nine points on the night. hoyas go up by seven. they kept that lead. the senior can't be stopped on his way to the bucket. 12 points in the game. georgetown, 61-55. they win it. will now take ten days off for final exams. >>> all right. last weekend was the craziest college football weekend i've witnessed. today was second. conference championship games being played all across the country. the auburn tigers made a case why they should be considered national title figures. to atlanta, the georgia dome. the redskins will be there next week. auburn up in the second quarter. marshall fumbles the ball. that is e.j.aines who recovers it and that is
. back to cav vuto on business. keep it right here on fox. >>> you know, we were still yelling at each other on the break. we've got to get along here. one and done. because if a new study is right, that's how many times the president met one on one with his health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius since the health care law was passed more than three years ago. this is according to the institute which tracked the official white house calendar. you've worked for a different number of white houses. the president can call you up at the last second. that might not be formally on the calendar. i'm trying to think, he might not have scheduled something on the calendar but would call her. it had to have been more than once, right? >> i don't think it had to be more than once because it was a signature initiative, a signature project. but he obviously dropped the ball. he had an idea or somebody gave him the idea or somehow he thought of the idea. but then he obviously didn't follow up. so the fact at he did not meet with her more than once now seems to me not strange at all consi
the charlotte's lead to 2, but the cavs, kendall walker, a point guard himself scored 27 out of his 31 points in the second half. charlotte wins 115-111. >>> bears and cowboys, monday night football. chicago crushed dallas 45-28 as they scored on every offensive possession including that one. with the catch of the night. just eight degrees in chicago. and the former manager was elected to the hall of fame today. winning three world series during their 33 years as the big league skipper. one in oakland and i remember that they plaid winter ball for them and for that time there. but they said that's the only reason why you're there to help speak spanish and to translate and i should have started earlier. >> that's interesting because it was actually a blessing that he was not that good of a baseball player, but a much better manager. >> yeah, it happens for tony. working in their favor with a lot of dogs and cats here too. and a good man that built it to walnut creek in that center for them. >> and he is sticking with it. >> very, very good. >> thanks, dennis. >>> that does it for us here on th
and the cavs. tied at 116 and oakland's own damion lillard and bull's eye with .4 seconds left. he had 36 and the blazers are on fire this year. now 22-4 on the season. 119-116 the final score. to the ice and we chill with the sharks in st. louis. the sharks are struggling having lost five of the last six. get will here. get well here. a ricochet to irwin. the right place at the right time. second period and burps lead a hat trick outlast time against the blues. one goal makes it 3-0. the blues come back with two in the second period. he gets it from the point and a double screen there. a 3-2 game and san jose with some insurance. the ricochet paying off. the sharks win it 4-2. the a's decided not to resign their closer. today he agreed to a two-year $15 million contract. not that guy with the hair. he doesn't pitch. a's and o's basically exchanginged relievers because jim johnson is coming to oakland. he is five years older and gets a two-year deal. he could have kept balfor expe paying less than the $10 million johnson will get for the upcoming season. abc7 sports brought to you by ri
of the night, the trailblazers and the cavs. tied at 116 and oakland's own damion lillard and bull's eye with .4 seconds left. he had 36 and the blazers are on fire this year. now 22-4 on the season. 119-116 the final score. to the ice and we chill with the sharks in st. louis. the sharks are struggling having lost five of the last six. get will here. get well here. a ricochet to irwin. the right place at the right time. second period and burps lead a hat trick outlast time against the blues. one goal makes it 3-0. the blues come back with two in the second period. he gets it from the point and a double screen there. a 3-2 game and san jose with some insurance. the ricochet paying off. the sharks win it 4-2. the a's decided not to resign their closer. today he agreed to a two-year $15 million contract. not that guy with the hair. he doesn't pitch. a's and o's basically exchanginged relievers because jim johnson is coming to oakland. he is five years older and gets a two-year deal. he could have kept balfor expe paying less than the $10 million johnson will get for the upcoming season.
. number three, final seconds, atlanta's jeff, a hero. the hawks beat the cavs, 127- 125. number two, jeremy lin doing his best dr. jay imitation. the palo alto grad going up and under as the rockets beat the grizzlies. and as casey casem used to say, the little chicago bears fan who got an un expected gift. >> hopefully i got it right. [ laughter ] did they screw it up? it is supposed to be hester. >> what's the matter? [ laughter ] tell daddy what you think of it. >> it sucks! >> and we will be back. [ laughter ] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, [ laughter ] he loves me. he loves me not. he loves me. he loves me not. ♪ he loves me! that's right. [ mom ] warm and flaky in 15, everyone loves pillsbury grands! [ girl ] make dinner pop! so i should probably get the last roll... yeah but i practiced my bassoon. [ mom ] and i listened. [ brother ] i can do this. [ imitates robot ] everyone deserves ooey, gooey, pillsbury cinnamon rolls. make the weekend pop. tomorrow morning at 4-30. f now---goodnight, and thanks watching. >> david letterman is next. >> our next newscast is at 4:30. for now, goodnight a
it into overtime. in the extra period, green showed up big. green and the warriors beat the cavs. 108-104. the warriors get it done on the road, winning the games they just have to win. a huge home stand coming up in the next couple of weeks. >> the raiders have a very uncertain offseason. >> we don't even know if the head coach will be around. a lot of questions left to be answered. >> what an exciting day for football though. >> you got it. >> good night. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, captioning funded by cbs and ford >> kroft: tonight, on this special edition of "60 minutes presents: going to extremes." >> three, two, one. one to base. >> kroft: here he goes. a small group of extreme sportsmen wearing specially made wing suits have come about as close to flying as you can get outside the confines of an airplane, at least for a minute or two. we can hear them already. >> yeah. that was probably about 140, 150 mile-an-hour fly-by. >> simon: you may have seen polar bears shot like this before, but have you ever seen them like this-- close up, intimate, just doing what polar bears do, sometimes e
half. denver wins 31-14. seth curry stops pops, yes sir. long 2. curry had 29, warriors beat the cavs for the 6th straight time. 108-104. logan couture 100th career goal against the ducks tonight. they snap anaheim 10 game win streak. >> that's going to do it for it. we're done. >> we'll see you at 11:00. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, [jan on speakerphone] so how are you liking the wall street journal subscription? love it. are you reading it every day like we decided you would? uh...yes, i am. good. good. it's the best business reporting, isn't it? uh...yeah. it's okay. i just--i don't... think the cartoons are very funny. wait. wait. what...cartoons? the, uh, cartoon that goes with each article. this one says "mel karmazin."
. they cut the cavs lead to 19 by halftime. david lee responds with 19 in the 2nd half. the warriors are up by 4. the cavs tie it with less than 10 seconds left in the game. the big three. we're tied. we go to overtime. irving with 27. 9-5 in the extra minutes. 108-104. the warriors win their 5th straight, and play in atlanta on tuesday. >>> the sharks hosted the hottest team in hockey right now, anaheim. they haven't lost yet in december. the sharks and their black home sweaters scored on the first play of the game. centers it. that's what you call a quick hit. his 12th of the year. midway through the 1st period. the fast break, past one man. watch the move he makes on anderson. scores the 100th goal of his career. he hadn't scored a point in 11 11 games. 2nd period, brackens kearns playing in just the 15th game of his career, scoreses his first goal. the sharks win, 3-1 is the final. >>> that is sports as we see it this sunday night. the 49ers squeak out a big win in arizona. they will play in green bay next sunday, 1:40 p.m. yes, you can only see it here on ktvu channel 2. that's going t
for sports. let's start with the nba. blazers and cavs all tied up in the game's final seconds. >> shutting down like did he last year. are you kidding me? >> are you kidding me? we need a new phrase. damon little yard with the fourth game winning shot of the season. cleveland gets one more chance. portland hangs on 119-116. they have the best record in the nba and i have no idea they were that good. michael jordan having trouble selling his chicago land mansion. >> feeling bad for him? >> negative. no one bid on it when it went up for auction on monday. one auctioner listed it at $29 million. that is a little pricey. it's pri fancy. >> nine bedrooms, a beauty salon, gourmet kitchen with a wine cellar large enough to stock more than 1,000 bottles. a man cave to beat all man caves. call it a playground for grownups. more than seven acres including a stocked fishing pond, tennis court, private putting green where air jordan himself putted around. >> that is willie geist reporting. the estate has more than 56,000 square feet of living space and includes 15 full baths and five fireplac fireplac
not separate killer whale moms and cavs. it cam after eight musical acts canceled upcoming performances at the orlando theme park. >> what this celebrity situation does, it makes it a bigger story and that's exactly what they don't want. >> reporter: abc news reached out to seaworld, officials said in a statement, the time came to address the many falsehood of our long history of marine display. the film director said that seaworld's response didn't focus on anything about the film. because the entire film is based on facts. the controversy continues. >> seaworld in damage control this morning. >>> a final check of the morning's top stories with ron. >> hello, again, good morning, everyone. >>> nasa has postponed tomorrow's second spacewalk following a malfunction of one of the astronaut's space suits. it pulled out a pump with a faulty valve ahead of the walk. >>> in in the u.k. scotland yard said they're reviewing evidence after celebrity chef nigella lawson admitted uses drugs, she said that she used cocaine with her late husband when he found out he had terminal cancer. >>> a wild b
. but the cavs go on a fourth quarter of their own. the warriors lose two of three on this latest road trip. everyone having anything to do with the 49ers glad to have michael crabtree back. they're going to hear from him and while the raiders try to figure out who their quarterback is. a guy that used to play qb for them lights it up for the bears. more sports. a subaru... ...are the hands that do good things for the whole community: the environment, seniors, kids, and animals. that's why we created the share the love event. by the end of this year, the total donated by subaru could reach 35 million dollars. you get a great deal on a new subaru. we'll donate 250 dollars to a choice of charities that benefit your community. it feels good to be a helping hand. >>> probably not as cold as it felt here in the bay area but it looked miserable in chicago tonight about 7 degrees game time. monday night football cowboys looked like they had very little interest in participating in anything other than indoor sports. back then just good football weather. a perfect night for the bears to retire their
for sharing nelson mandela with us. >> he was called a gipt of history, there was a cav nal handshake between president obama and raul castro. it triggered strong words from cuban-american lawmakers. marco rubio said: >> more on the nelson mandela memorial service coming up, including president obama's selfie, it's the word of the year. we'll take a closer look. she is the boss. the woman in charge of general motors. done done lortion reason trg elemented ocksz are are are clr clr >> general motors was founded in 1908. the autoclient churned out cars ever since. it took 100 years for it to make history by naming its first woman ceo. mary barra takes over. he was in charge of product and development of all vehicles. mary barra was with the company for 13 years, and started as a teenager. a woman becoming a ceo is rare in america. bisi onile-ere has the numbers. >> it's extremely rare. in fact, of the fortune 500 companies in the u.s. only 21 are headed by female ails. the highest ranking is the head of hewlett packard, she is meg whitman. meg whitman took over during stuff times. in the top 50
't appreciate it until you are away from it and in other experiences. i want to give a few cav oughts before i start reading. i am not the spokesperson for the field committee. i worked as i said about a dozen year and sp -- some -- people have worked twice or three times as long. these are my personal views and observati observations i had. there are a number of different paths this career can take. some people work in one or two country for many years or one agency for years. i jump around a lot. but there are a lot of different career paths this profession can take. and a lot of people have said aren't you young to write a memior and yes, hopefully this isn't the end of my career or life. the reason why, or the idea started when i would come home and i would have trouble r reintegrating and trying to explain to people what i was doing overseas and i could not articulate it. i didn't have sound bytes to talk about what it was like working in darfur. and i wrote about how different people thought it was. and i wanted to take away the p p perceptions the media gives you. i wanted to sort of pu
is a hero. 29 points for steph curry to beat the cavs for the sixth straight time 108-104. and logan couture career 100th goal against the anaheim ducks. zapped the ducks'10-game win streak. san jose wins it, final of 3-1. that is sports at this hour. everybody have a terrific day. play-offs ahead. i know you're ready. >>> play of the day time now, coming from the ravens-bengals matchup yesterday. watch the catch, one-handed juggler in the end zone. he pulls it down for the touchdown. cincinnati won 34-17 so the ravens who beat the 9ers in the super bowl last year will not be in the play-offs for the first time since 2007. i think the broncos are in. >> the 9ers are, too. we'll see what happens. >>> 5:24. californians will greet the new year with a huge new list of do's and don'ts. the new laws you need to know about. >> a depiction here is uncomfortable and that's kind of the point. >> a nativity scene causing controversy down in southern california. we'll tell you why. >> and jahi mcmath's family running out of time and options. the fight to keep her on life support hours before the hospit
the name the cav fear i can't after herself, she could get on -- >> that's not her style at all. i still really love that music. decision 2013 is now behind us, so bring on 2016. >> right now you're about to witness a cycle first. ari will attempt to answer a question in 140 characters or less. >> could now be yours nor $40 odd dollars a share. >> we don't take ourselves too seriously. it's why people like the show. >> knock knock. >> who's there? >> stubborn republicans. >> who? >> who have no alternative but to address the health care crisis. >> knock knock. >> who's there? >> 37%. >> 37% who? >> actually don't know. who are those 37%? >> i'm tour'e. knock knock. >> who's there? >> pro-choice judicial nominees. you won't find any new ones on the d.c. circuit court. >> whose there? >> mean girl. >> mean girls who? >> mean girls who hate your mini skirt. turns out they are everywhere. >> president obama leading our nation in mourning, one of the greatest men of our time, former south african president nelson mandela. >> you see children who are laying roses and they were waist high in fr
's still unfolding here. tamron? >> ron, thank you. now let me bring in retired atf special agent james cav gnaw. thanks for your time. officials say the government is investigating whether the interpreter had been vetted before the memorial. as we know, this was an incredible event. it had to be put together in some ways quickly but in others the world knew that nelson mandela's health was failing. he was 95 years old. as much as we did not want to say good-bye, we knew that day would happen. and to me, it would seem that all signs from security of these 90 world leaders, those that could, would participate somehow in this vetting. is that the case, or was it exclusively on the hands of south african government? >> well, i think the responsibility goes with all the security services at world and certainly our own secret service. and they've got to take a bit of criticism on it. but it's also how they can change and make this much better and never happen again. you know, i've worked a lot with the secret service. i have a lot of friends in the service. i think they're the best in the world
dozens and dozens of bits of information that suggested it was the cav -- cafeteria. if we can listen to kdvr and see these live pictures. you can see the frisking is underway as we listen to kdvr report. >> one student was having an anxiety attack, given an inhaler. the ambulance rushed over to assist -- >> breaking news, we just gotten word here on the fox news deck from a spokesman at the regional hospital there, that one student has been transported to the hospital. that one student is now in critical condition. again, that is official from a spokesperson at the hospital. our fox 31 local coverage continues. >> the hospital right now, frightening situation. >> is littleton public school. all of the schools in the littleton public school district have been placed on lockdown. this is affecting schools in a lot of places. in fact terry creek tells us their schools have been nature secure perimeter, meaning students are still in class but they are not allowed to leave right now. this happened just an hour ago, so still unfolding. we understand that two people have public hurt, -- bee
applies or not. let's keep it open for a few minutes. this is "hardball," tths. om cav! today i have new campbell's chunky spicy chicken quesadilla soup. she gives me chunky before every game. i'm very souperstitious. haha, that's a good one! haha! [ male announcer ] campbell's chunky soup. it fills you up right. [ male announcer ] campbell's chunky soup. before using her new bank of america credit card, which rewards her for responsibly managing her card balance. before receiving $25 toward her balance each quarter for making more than her minimum payment on time each month. tracey got the bankamericard better balance rewards credit card, which fits nicely with everything else in life she has to balance. that's the benefit of responsibility. apply online or visit a bank of america near you. the deep sweep power brush by oral-b for the first time. wow. it's "wow," you know? wow. wow. that feels "wow." [ male announcer ] oral-b deep sweep, featuring 3 cleaning zones with dynamic power bristles that reach deep between teeth to remove up to 100% more plaque than a regular manual brush. it s
points for steph curry to beat the cavs for the sixth time, 108-10 had. logan couture career 100th goal against the anaheim ducks. snap the ducks' ten-game win streak. san jose wins it, final of 3-1. that is sports at this hour. everybody have a terrific day. play-offs ahead. i know you're ready. >>> play of the daytime now coming from the ravens bengals matchup from yesterday. bengals dalton the quarterback finds marvin jones but watch the catch. mr. jones on the run, one- handed reels it in. cincinnati won 34-17 so the baltimore ravens who of course beat the 9ers in the super bowl last year are out of the play- offs for the first time since 2007. your play of the day. >> we like that, right? >> well, it's a harbaugh. we feel for him. the coach. >> i'm glad the ravens are out. >> all right. >>> 6:25 right now. coming up, it's a nativity scene with a controversial twist. how one california church is using jesus christ to make a statement. >> californians will start the new year facing hundreds of new laws. i'm mark kelly live in the newsroom. a look at the new rules coming out of sacr
weigh 130 pounds and have cavs the size of cantaloupes because they're hauling marijuana across the desert. >> and we can count down the far right's most knuckle headed statements. covering their hatred of the president, hatred of the president's agenda, denial of reality, the antics of ted cruz. and a special section devoted entirely to u.s. congressman steve king of iowa. joining me is our panel of "hardball" all stars. howard fineman of the huffing ton post, david corn of mother jones, jonathan capehart of "washington post" and joan walsh of salon. now let's look at the hatred of president obama. number three goes to blake farenthold when he openly discussed impeaching the president. farenthold is in support of a ted cruz 2016 campaign for president. this is a clip from his appearance on "hardball" in september. it's remarkable. >> obama's president. ted cruz can be president. >> what do you mean? explain. this is serious business, congressman. you're chuckling about this. you've been touting the guy. he said he could run for president. explain. is he eligible. you brought it
, they weigh 130 pounds and the cavs catches the size of cantaloupe. >> we're trying to give and cooperate. >> we have never tried to tie things to the president, to the cabinet officers. my gut tells me, too many people knew this wrongdoing was going on. >> the notion that he's in charge of, quote, government oversight might now be the biggest joke in all of washington. >> 2014 needs to be a year of action. that's going to be where i focus all of my efforts in the year ahead. >>> all right. let's get right to our panel and welcome back goldie taylor, reid wilson and jonathan capehart. thanks, you guys, for joining me. there's so many choice moments, i almost don't know where to start. jonathan, i guess one question i have for you, what was up with the mayors this year? we had, you know, the crack mayor, then we had the mayor who thought it was okay to grope and harass his staff members, thinking nobody would notice. what was going on? >> you know, i don't know. and rob ford -- endlessly entertains, but keep something in mind. filner in san diego, he's gone. rob ford is still the mayor. in
is delightful whatever is they named her. thanks, jeff. you got nine more. thank you. adam: from cattle to cavs and tomorrow's business today, a low, one of the most promising internet startups is changing the way we hail taxes, before leaving the front door. it is huge in europe and its footprint continues to grow. the halo anywhere apps allows you to hail taxis anywhere in the world. joining us is a low ceo j. redman. reading what you are saying, we have one of your main competitors, but you want to connect cities, existing taxi networks instead of what has it done. what advantage does that give you? >> there is a taxi network that is large and lucrative in every major city and around the world. needs to evolve in the 20th century. what we use his existing infrastructure and turbocharge it and make it more efficient for consumers and this is the most efficient way to create the best experience for consumers and drivers. ashley: what our viewers through how this works? >> you will be sitting inside, open the apps, you will see literally tens of thousands around, you will see them get to you, p
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